My interest in psychotherapy began while studying psychology, with a fascination for human emotions and how the therapeutic relationship can facilitate self-awareness, personal growth and self-empowerment. I was drawn to the Person-Centred Approach because of the impact personal therapy had on me: I felt accepted and met with empathy and a non-judgemental attitude.
My formal education started with a Diploma in Clinical Psychology. During that time, I worked with children on the Autism spectrum, work that was also influenced by the Person-Centred Approach and which incorporated genuine caring, a prizing attitude for the child and the belief in every child’s potential.
I moved to the UK motivated by a strong interest in diversity and multi-culturalism, hence my openness to working with clients from different cultural backgrounds, religious affiliations and gender identities.
I have an MSC in Contemporary Person-Centred Psychotherapy and Applications from the renowned Metanoia Institute in West London. I am a fully registered and accredited member of the UKCP and adhere to their code of Ethics.
I believe everyone has their own answers and ways of healing. I place great importance on experiencing and communicating genuine empathy, creating a safe and healing environment to foster self-awareness, personal growth and empowerment. My work is client driven and at his/her/their pace. I offer counselling and therapy in Romanian and in English.
I am also passionate about photography, art, architecture, travelling and I try to spend as much time as I can in nature, to recharge my batteries and to ground myself.